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As one of the most recognizable names in the scene, THE CRUISER SHOP is famous for their highly sought-after bikes that have people allover the world dropping their jaws. With this entry, we would like to pay respects to Domenick Guida and his team.

Since opening on December 22nd, 2012, THE CRUISER SHOP has quickly made a name in the worldwide custom bike scene for their amazing and attention-to-detail bike build-ups. THE CRUISER SHOP is located in the heart of beautiful Downtown Campbell in California, and is one of the hottest spot to get a custom bike in California! The shop was opened to provide a one-stop solution for anything cruiser-bike related. The vision of the shop is to create highest quality and to make the riders happy! This is achieved by offering hard-to-find custom parts, custom frames, wide wheel hoops, full turn key wheel sets and of course stock beach cruisers and every possible cruiser related part that they can cram into their small yet awesome shop.

Even though just open for few years, CRUISER SHOP is owned and operated by Dominick Guida, a veteran and legend in the in the custom bicycle scene, as he has been building and customizing bicycles since 2000. Furthermore Dominick is the creator behind the HARD TIME frame, which is produced now together with RUFF CYCLES.

Domenick Guida

Domenick Guida

He is also known as a part owner of BEHIND BARS INC clothing line, that was created in 2002 and is one of the organizers of SHINY SIDE UP, which is the largest bicycle show in the United States. This years SHINY SIDE UP will be Sunday, July 24th , 2016 at History Park in San Jose, California.

Dominick is very involved in the cruiser culture, so he knows what people want and need for their bikes and will bring it to them at an affordable price.

THE CRUISER SHOP prides themselves on having their own style and originality…

Why copy when you can create?

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  1. Paul Babcock
    Paul Babcock says:

    Hi, I ordered a Ruffian in grey, I’m from Kingston, Ontario, Canada. I was wondering when I will get my bike? Thank you. -Paul

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